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In order to produce a fresh recipe that is optimal for your lab conditions, we need to know a little bit about your setup and current conditions

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How often you expect your tests to be positive. This method is only effective if this value is less than 0.4. This value will form the basis for the group size when the number of samples tested is large.

What is the size of your well plate?

This is the number of wells that are available in your PCR machine. This number typically ranges from 1 to 12. For each run we will at most these number of wells. In order to optimise for throughput samples maybe sparsely grouped to maximise well use.

This is the number of wells that are available in your PCR machine. Common standards are is 96- or 384-well plates but can be set to any value lower or higher than that (e.g. 10). During a run, this represents the number of well that are used. In order to optimise for throughput samples maybe sparsely grouped to maximise well use.

A list of labels for each of the samples you are testing. Enter each new label on a new row. Please note that your data will remain on storage in the cloud for up to 30 days after the completion of your experiment, so please choose labels that do not contain personally identifiable information.